in religious life

@cssiduyz (1054)
Indonesia
November 28, 2010 7:52am CST
Religious people would be very loving religion.They would be happy if we could practice their faith freely, without any obstacles at all.In addition, they also would be happy if its leaders carry out to provide role model in his religion. Established places of worship for example,must follow certain rules. This setting is necessary, in addition to more functional,is also intended to avoid conflicts between religious communities. All religions teach peace indeed.However, in reality in public life, peace was turned into a source of conflict when diversity has become a sociological phenomenon.Sociological phenomenon like that anticipated by the government, with defined, such procedures or regulations that establish places of worship, and applied to all religions.
4 responses
• Indonesia
30 Nov 10
rightfully so, because if all the rules as you want to do certain religions in this world no one would be hostile to each other and there is no inter-religious harass each other and will live in peace and at ease ....
• United States
29 Nov 10
United States allows freedom of religion. It wouldn't be fair to all the other religions if leaders favor a particular religion. Would you want your government to respect a religion that you are not a part of and think that its false?
• United States
29 Nov 10
the problem is not the people, but those who seek to controle the people. Egocentric corrupt men seek a following and will use their religion to destroy the truth and put enmity between people to keep the masses attention away from their own works. This happens within all of earths religions, men seeking wealth, power or to be praised by men elevate themselves to infallible dictators of the congregation to take that which is holy and corrupt it into a cult following.
@advokatku (4037)
• Indonesia
28 Nov 10
yes, actually arrangements made by the Government is to interests of the followers of religion itself. but unfortunately, that setting by government often considered a trap of religious freedom